Newquay, Cornwall

Cornwall very nearly an island and very different from any other part of the country. The North Coast, in particular, is a land of legend, of mystery, of romance.
For millions of years it has been defended against the raging Atlantic Ocean by the finest stretch of cliff scenery to be found in the British Isles.

Shropshire & Welsh Borders

Shropshire, the largest of English inland counties, is divided by the River Severn into two roughly equal halves. The north-east is a wide and fertile plain; south-west of the river is the famous hill country and one of the most attractive countryside’s in the whole of England, it is still remarkably unspoilt, having preserved its unsophisticated individuality together with many of the outward and visible signs of an ancient past.

North Wales, home to Snowdonia but so much more besides.  There is an abundance of things to see and do, crammed into this other country just twenty minutes west of Chester; you will feel like you have gone abroad but without the hassle at the airport. 

Yorkshire Dales

Anyone of any age can probably identify a favourite television show which has been filmed in the Yorkshire Dales, and the Yorkshire Dales National Park is easily recognisable with its stone walls and cottages and thousands of square miles of hills and moorland. 

The South Hams

Not for nothing is Devon often called, ‘England on toast’ and this particularly beautiful corner of South Devon, continues the food metaphors but in fact derives its name from the old English, ‘Hammes’ meaning sheltered place.